EX : A Twisted Love Story

by Novoneel Chakraborty

3.67 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings
(6 customer reviews)

3.67 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings
(6 customer reviews)


What will you do if one day a svelte and sexy girl comes up to you and says she is your ex? And the only thing you know about her is that you don’t know anything about her. Neel, an aspiring author, meets Nivrita at the Jaipur Literary Festival. Though Nivrita says she is his ex, he remembers nothing and yet everything about her seems to lure him to unravel the mystery she personifies. The more he is drawn to her, the more Neel feels guilty because he is already in a steady relationship with Titiksha, the love of his life. When Nivrita makes a tempting offer to Neel, which he accepts for his own good, his life slowly begins to spiral out of control while Titiksha starts turning into a stranger until Neel realizes there’s much more than his eyes can see and mind can recollect. Novoneel Chakraborty, bestselling author of A Thing Beyond Forever, That Kiss In the Rain and How About a Sin Tonight? brings forth yet another poignant story, twisted in essence. EX will make you drop your jaws wide open.

Genre, Thrill Mystery Adventure

About The Author

Novoneel Chakraborty is an Indian author of fiction. His specialty lies in romantic thrillers that he writes along with philosophy mixed with it. His first book “A Thing beyond forever” released in 2008 and won the national bestseller tag in just a few months of its release.

He followed it up with “That kiss in the rain” and then wrote the book that won him the biggest applause, “How about a sin tonight?” He went on to write commercial bestsellers like “Ex” and then “The Stranger Trilogy”. The first two books of the trilogy- “Marry Me, Stranger” and “All Yours, Stranger” have won many hearts. His recent release is “Forget Me Not, Stranger”, the final installment of the trilogy. His next book, a psycho-sexual thriller is scheduled to release on 15th November, 2016. Apart from writing books, he is a scriptwriter for television.

Average Reader Rating

3.67 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings

Reader Reviews

6 reviews for EX : A Twisted Love Story

  1. 4 out of 5

    “Amazing Reading”

  2. 4 out of 5

    Novoneel Chakraborty is a bestselling author. I didn’t appreciate his previous bestseller, ‘How about a sin tonight’ but this one was a nail biting experience and I bet, one cannot guess the end unless you are on a last page. The plot never did it expose anything while moving from past to present. The book actually doesn’t need a bookmark, such a gripping read it was. The reason is this book is one of those very few Indian Thrillers which can maintain a prefect tempo right from the very first page. The author is known for his perfect and vivid narrative style and picture perfect characterization. And this book is the best example of this which combines with different human emotions which are crafted perfectly. The only thing I felt was …….

  3. 4 out of 5

    What is this book doing here? This should be at the top of the “All-time-best-Indian-Author-Books” . Books like these aren’t much appreciated by the masses. The only way to get the attention of the Indian people is to include Sex,explicit content and adult comedy. Any other story which doesn’t include this is considered ‘Boring’ or ‘waste’. Novoneel Is perhaps the ‘ Romantic-Thriller Writer in India’ This Book is a Psychological Love story.

  4. 3 out of 5

    This one is my first from Novoneel and it took me less than a split second to fall in love with his writing. He is a master when it comes to pour one liners in the story. Story itself is pretty twisted, as the title suggests. Till the climax, you’ll surely be in a state to pull out your hairs. Characterization is perfect and dialogues are quirky. Twist and turns keeps the reader on toe. Perfect ‘twisted’ love story. Go for it.

  5. 4 out of 5

    while I was reading this story guessing what kind of plot this story as, at 1st I thought it’s a teenage love story… after few pages I thought no its a romantic adult story, later oops it’s a psychic story…. Omg I am totally wrong it’s a crime story… and I finally finished the book and got to know what story it is… I am just going to say it’s a twisted story… It’s really a page turner having a time for it is not a bad thing to do… so try on your own to taste the twist…

  6. 3 out of 5

    My generation went to school but we were not merely school students. There was nothing innocent about us. And we definitely weren’t ignorant about anything. It was all there right in front of us: from the latest development in the cosmos to the latest adult MMS. With such information available to us 24X7, how could anyone be innocent? It was like how certain fruit sellers force-ripen the fruits and make them ready for selling. My generation was getting forced-ripened just like that. Growth-wise, our mind was ahead of our body. Hence our inner self was naturally a breeding ground for a lot of shit because everyone, including me, was a school going adult. At sixteen we behaved like twenty five, we said slangs with ease, we were casual and experimental with our sexuality, we searched for love because our hormones wanted us to and not because our heart felt the need to, we were selfish, we had no clue what our culture was all about, what freedom was for our previous generations, seemed like a cage for us because we wanted to leap ahead where our predecessors had stopped out of fear and shame. We didn’t complain about each other to parents anymore, rather we showed middle fingers and bitched it out, we were ready to fight, we liked noise, we loved chaos, we kissed and smooched at the drop of a hat because the American television series told us that’s the ‘cool’ thing to do. We watched porn more than we prayed. We were a group of attention-seekers and emotion-haters. So yes, our generation had come a long way from Yo-didun’ s. And the gap was so much that our elders, our education system, or our own morals no longer could teach us a better way to grow up into mature adults. And whenever they tried to change us, we had our middle fingers ready for them too. We were a fuck-all generation. 

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